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Ryanair Employee Review

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3.0
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20 November 2016
It is a very good company to get into aviation.
They hire people with no experience and give you all the training and experience you need to get into another company.

It's very expensive to start working for this company though, you have to pay everything, the course, the accommodation during the course, your uniform, etc.

They don't provide water or food for your working days like any other company does.
Pros
Experience
Cons
You have to pay for everything
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